Cam and Mind Game’s Joseph take on the daunting task of building the Trojan Arcade family in The Sims. Does it work or do they crash and burn horribly? Find out tonight.
What happens when a bunch of nerds attempt to cook a bunch of nerdy recipes? Find out in our Cooking Special.
Bad puns aside, we take another run at a skiing special. Back in big bear, Wolfgang and Sam compete in all the different challenges that James can throw their way. And while they are having fun on the mountain, James struggles to find purpose playing Ubisoft’s Steep.
For this episode, we told Cam to do whatever he wants. So, he came back to us with his Vlog from PAX East, a rap about the new Legend of Zelda, and a review of that game. Check it out.
We recruited On The Spot’s host Matt Linton to come on and talk about the latest in the Tom Clancy series of games: Ghost Recon Wildlands. Is it any good? Find out through our review and playthrough!!
To celebrate the release of the medieval fighting game For Honor, we sent our hosts out to be trained by the USC fencing team. Are they any good? No, and thats half the fun. We also have a review of the previously mentioned sword fighting game and, suprise, its actually pretty good. Finally, we thought you might not have had enough of the Playstation Experience, so we serving up a healthy second portion.
New season of Trojan Arcade, with all new discussion panel (if you count James as new, which we do since it has been over a season). Join our hosts as we review Ubisoft’s not new at all Watch Dog’s 2. Then later, we sent our unpaid interns down to Anaheim to cover the second annual Playstation Experience. And finally, can our Georgia born Exective Producer finally get some much needed football revenge against the New England Patriots when our hosts play Madden 17 to try to resimulate the super bowl.
National Geographic has a new show out about the future of humanity’s existence… on mars!! To honor their new show, they sent us a glorious swag bag stuffed to the gills with Mars goodies. Check it out.
For the second year in the row, we cover Indiecade, but this time it is on our home turph. See the latest games and how they stack up to their triple A breathern – hint, they ate a lot more indie. Then later, we have a review for a simulation first person shooter that brings you to the most brutal comflict in human history: World War 1. How can someone turn this human attrocity into something fun and thrilling, we didn’t know either until we played Battlefield 1. Trust us, you “Argone” to love it. That was a World War I pun. See, we can make it fun too!!!
For season 4 episode 04, we have something special: Parkour!! How do the skills you learn in Mirror’s Edge or Cluster Truck work in real life? We find out by sending our hosts to a parkour gym. Then later, we have a review of Severed and a discusion on the state of iPhone games.
What happens when you give the Trojan Arcade team two months to work on one episode? You get an amazing episode jam-packed with content! We got E3 covered, an interview with some of the top IMAX filmmakers in the world, and a review of the latest smartphone from HTC. Check out our new hosts while getting a healthy, and sadly final, dose of Wolfgang with all of our amazing segments.
Not only is it the last episode of season 3, its also Wolfgang’s last episode hosting Trojan Arcade. To celebrate, we team up with Mind Games for a special Trojan Arcade / Mind Games crossover. Then, we check out the latest trailer for Supergiant Games’ Pyre – a game which is only Giant in size. And finally, we celebrate our favorite moments with Wolfgang over the last year